From a 'Dolphinarium' to Dickens World - We take a stroll down memory lane and reminisce about the county's best-loved former visitor attractions.
A now closed down jail in Canterbury used to house numerous high profile criminals, including the Kray twins and double murderer Michael Stone.
We take a look back at some remarkable, often forgotten, tales in the life and death of the author Charles Dickens.
On the fifth anniversary of David Bowie's death, we look at how Kent helped hoist a young Davie Jones to super-stardom.
The world's most famous composer performed in Kent during his European tour - with tickets costing just £12.81 in today's money.
Just how much has the county changed in the last 40 to 50 years? Take a trip down memory lane with 101 pictures of Kent's towns.
After a year of cancelled holidays, postponed events and delayed gatherings, what does a third lockdown mean for your exciting 2021 plans?
The harsh winter weather looks to make the third lockdown the most difficult we've had to endure.
Last year a KM reporter decided to give Veganuary a go - a year on and he's still on it.
The circumstances surrounding the death of a world-famous pilot off the Kent coast remain a mystery to this day.
On the sixth day of Quizmas, KentOnline is testing your local history knowledge - from wartime forts to the Romans' opinions of the 'Kent tribes'.
From lockdown to vaccine (and back into lockdown) - pictures that tell the story of a year like no other.
They may be an extinct species but in years past being elected to the European parliament could launch (or end) careers - here's where some are now.
On the fourth day of quizmas KentOnline is giving you a test of your Kent buildings knowledge - from museums to lighthouses.
It's a matter of time until you're back in your local, we promise. Until then spare a thought for those who have loved and lost their beloved pubs.
As January 1 approaches we look at how we got here - in the first of a series of features we're taking you back to 1975.
With Christmas stockings in mind, we look back on what children might have longed for in decades past.
Three refugees reveal their harrowing journeys to seek asylum in the UK - and the comfort they found in the people of Kent.
Work to build a modern neolithic style burial chamber could help archaeologists uncover physical evidence of the Lost Village of Dode.
The death of a woman whose body was found in a coppice in 1938 remains unsolved - this is the story of the green scarf murder.
View the latest coronavirus stats including new cases, rolling rate and case rate compared to average.
What's for dinner? Plan meals, try new foods and explore cuisines with tested recipes from the country's top chefs.
Trying to find the right nursery, school, college, university or training provider in Kent or Medway? Our Education Directory has everything you could possibly need!
Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.